Frequently Asked Questions About Our Online Meditation Center
Ask any question about our QiGong, meditation & breathwork courses!
You can stream the videos and access the course files from any device with internet access.
If you have no experience with pranayama, movement, or mind training, we highly recommend you to start with our starter course, the 7 Day Essentials Course.
The Essentials course is a 7-day challenge in which you will learn the essential techniques of the Life Awareness Project to train mind and body and create a better life for yourself and others.
Yes, it is an excellent idea to introduce breathwork, movement and mind training to your children.
We do recommend for children to practice the exercises within the Life Awareness Project Program with the supervision of a parent or legal guardian. It is a great way to spend time together and strengthen the bond while ensuring the safety of your child.
Absolutely! The wonderful thing about the Life Awareness Project Program is that it teaches you what breathing, movement and body exercises to use in various situations.
We highly advise you to focus mostly on calm and gentle breathing practices. You want to give the life that is growing inside you a sense of security and peace, and for that, it is best to do calm and meditative breathing techniques. So do your daily breath-work sessions gently, with ease and calm. Do the stronger breathing practices very very calm and gentle. Don't do long breath-holds. Basically, you don't want to be influencing your blood pressure system and hormone system too much and that is something you do by doing stronger techniques and long breath holds.
Breathing more than you need is called hyperventilation, this is something one would normally do during most of the stronger breathing practices and has many wonderful benefits, but is something you want to avoid if you are pregnant.
It actually also depends on your amount of experience with yoga and breathwork and your fitness level etc… But it is good to be on the safe side :)
If you are experiencing a cold or not feeling well, it is your body’s way of telling you that you need to slow down and rest. Instead of not practicing at all, it is recommended that you use the right exercises to speed up your recovery.
So instead of using strong breathing techniques, focus on the gentle breathing techniques, try meditation if this wasn’t part of your practice yet. Be gentle with the body.
If you are not feeling well, pain increases or your cold is getting worse, we highly advise you to contact a health provider for a medical check-up.
Anxiety has a lot of negative side effects on our body and mental health. Breathing is a very powerful and wonderful tool to, not only become strong and healthy but also to work with the mind and emotions.
In order to become a certified Life Awareness Breathwork Instructor, you must successfully complete the Breathwork Instructor Course (BIC). It is a prerequisite to have done the Breath Is Life Course before enrolling in the BIC. More information about the course, dates and details can be found on our Breathwork Instructor Page.
That is absolutely not a problem (explain the app). The entire Life Awareness Project Platform is “mobile responsive” meaning that it will adapt to your device – whether you use a smartphone, computer, or tablet. Whether you use iOS, Android, or Windows… it runs well on all systems.
If you experience any technical issues, please reach out per email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Michaël is focused on developing new projects and valuable content to create the most transformational experience for you and everyone involved with the Life Awareness Project. For this reason, it may be that Michael doesn't answer your inquiry personally. His team is dealing with the support requests and will get back to you when possible.
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